The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1954 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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4-^AIflortti (laO Upper De* Molnw Tuesday, November 2, Mf and Mis Bud Prisve of Hut* ehinson, 4 Minn, were weekend guests of Mr .and Mrs Henry Schulte. , & 3, N«wol and Paul fornquis of Davenport were Saturday forenoon callers in the Clayton Dltsworth home. IN SIDE... On Walls and Ceilings the new, deluxe latex-bflse wall paint <£> Yd* c«n*l mwr If* maltMm btavty. It't «o(npUt«ly «i*w— (•mploltly rflff«r«hll H'l •«»•*• antnd wa«ti«blol* Oerg**w< now «•!«§, Urtly pailtlt, rith etfop t«n««... Riady la vi*...»aiy I* HI*. AtAM! *E45 5 GAL ntttt tint tkcwn Ihol $•*« K»m.T«». will «rMnt«n41 "f IN STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA ENJOY DEPENDABLE WINTER COM'FORT WITH NEW ips 66 Fuel Oil You can enjoy uninterrupted warmth all winter long with New Phillips 66 Fuel Oil. The DOUBLE-ACTION additive in this high quality fuel fights the two major causes of furnace failure ... RUST and CLOGGING SLUDGE. The effective anti-rust and anti- clogging action of this additive protects your tank, fuel line, filter screen and burner .. .helps prevent costly breakdowns. In addition, this naturally clean burning fuel is refined '< to give high heat content in every gallon. GET THESE OTHER BENEFITS: High Quality—You get a uniform fuel that gives high heat content in every gallon. Dependable Supply—You can depend on a plentiful supply when you need,it v . .^ sW ..: Clean Burning—Phillips M Fuel Oil burns clean ... helps keep your home neat. ORDER YOUR SUPPLY' NOW! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY DON'S SERVICE CO. FENTON - PHONE 157 16 Members of Sentral School At Fenton —• Sixteen members of the faculty of the Sentral Community School District attended the Kossuth County Educational Council meeting 1 ' at the Ledyard school on Wednesday evening, Oct. 27. A lovely luncheon of date nut cake with whip cream and coffee .was served by the Ledyard teachers. The following teachers from Fenton attended: Mrs Beckley, Mrs Halverson. Mrs Holland, Mrs Kohlwes, Mrs Heikes, Mrs Bleckwenn and Mrs Gowans. Those who attended from Seneca were Mr Christiansen, Mr Pannell, and Mr Melick. The following teachers from Lone Rock attended: Mr D. A. Blanchard, Mr Charles Staudt, Mr Clarence Martin, Mr D. W. Beck and Mrs Alf Kueger. Mr K. M. Chase, Supterintend- ent of Sentral Community Schools also attended. '<.'•'' Mrs Halverson of Fenton, Mrs Krueger of Lone Rock and Mr VIelick of ' Seneca were official delegates of their respective schools. Mrs Kohlwes is chairman of the Publicity Committee and Mr K. M. Chase is chairman of the Legislative Committee- of ,he County Council. Mr Casey Loss and -Mr R. Mc- Whoi-ter, who are candidates for he state legislature, discussed and answered questions concern- ng proposed educational legls- ation. Supt. C. D. Mease of Humboldt sresented the Salisbury House 'urchase Campaign. The next • meeting of the •Cossuth County Educational Council well be held at Algona, )ec. ember 1. Mission Conference Members of Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation attending tie Circuit Worker's Conference eld at the Union State Line Church, Petersburg. Minn. Tues- ay afternoon,, were ' Mrs Curtis', Olsen, Mrs Henry Wiberg, Mrs Otto Jensen, Mrs Kenneth Hal- /erson, Mrs Amey Cherland, Mrs Odey Cherland, Mrs Ted Jensen Mrs Ole Pederson. iold Prayer Service A special World Day. of Prayer Service was "held Friday after- loon at the Methodist church. services, were held in the Youth Chapel with approximately 40 in ttendance. Mrs Clarence Underwood, leader, was assisted by Mrs Dale Voigt, Mrs Darol Underwood, Mrs Earl Lufkin and Mrs John Munch. Mrs Arnold Hansen was pianist. Mrs John Theesfield received the offering for Deaconess Pension, and high schools in India and Pakistan. Mrs C. C. Callahan pronounced the Benedition. Baptizes Granddaughter Sunday, Oct. 24 in the Fenton Methodist church during the ANNOUNCEMENT Ownership THE PRIEBE SALES CO. and RACOBS and SLAVEN have been sold to DON BOEVERS and DWAYNE WIDDEL, who are now in possession and will operate the business with CHEVROLET, ALLIS-CHALMERS and NEW IDEA as before, under the new firm name of B & W CHEVROLET CO. Fenton, Iowa I wish to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the hundreds of pleasant business associations and friendships formed during my 27 years in the automobile and implement business in Fenton, end my appreciation to Emmett Slavcn and Floyd Racobs, with whom I have been associated for some years. The new owners will continue to handle the same 'fine lines of automobiles and implements as in the past, with top notch sales and service facilities, and I also wish to extend to them my sincere best wishes for the future. It is not easy to sever the business relationships of 27 years, but I do so with the warmest of feelings toward a host of fine folks wh<?m it has been my privilege to know during that time. ED PRIEBE morning worship service, the Rev. C. C. Callahan baptized his granddaughter, Brenaa Jene Addy, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. ]& Addy of- Marcus. In honor of Brenda Jene's baptism, the Rev and Mrs Callahan Were hosts at dinner. Those present were the honored guests, Mr and Mrs E. & Addy, Edward Elbert and Brenda Jene Of Marcus; Mrs Ralph Bow- mah of Dayton; Mr ana Mrs C. F. Britton and daughter Nancy Elaine of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs D. R. Bowman and daughter Sally Jo of Lake City; -Mrs R. L. Bowman and son Ronald Lawson of Harcourt. Afternoon visitors in the -Rev Callahan home were Mrs Charles Welsbrodj Mrs Sam Warner, Mrs Alfred Meyers, Mrs DaVe Newell and Son Curtis Jon of Clear Lake. Scout Weiner Roast The Clover Troop Girl Scouts had a \veiner roast at the Fenton nark Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 20. All members were present, duan LiUfkin is planning to join our troop. Bonnie \Vehrspann treated marshmallows. The next meeting is Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 2. ,.: • ' Girl Scout members of ( the Purple Pahsey Patrol enjoyed a roller skating party Friday evening at Emmetsburg. Their leader Mrs• Gene .Mansager and also Mrs Jack Gerhart and Mrs Harlan Elmers 'accompanied the girls. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz visited Saturday afternoon to Sunday evening with the J. W. Schwartz family in Ames. Members of the W.M.F. of the Blakjer Lutheran church' near Seneca are serving a Lutefisk supper Friday evening, Nov. 12. The menu will include a variety of Norweigen foods. Serving >vill begin at 5:30. The charge will ae $1.25 per plate with a 7 DC per plate for children. '•:•, • Sunday dinner guests al the jterhaft Hantelman home were Vtr and Mrs Charles- Westfall and Jarry and Mr and Mrs Edward Westfall and family of Graettinger and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls. • Saturday evening dinner guests n the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard of Ames, Mr and Mrs iNyles' Heggen, Gaylen' and David, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Dale Mitchell, Mr and' Mrs Uarence ' Underwood, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood. ••> Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr arid Mrs William Hanetlman and 'amily and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were luncheon guests .sjyo^ay evening following th£ class play at the Gerhart Hantelman were luncheon guests Friday evening following the class ?lay at the Gerhart Hantelman norne. Wednesday evening guests in :he Ed Uthof home in honor of Dennis' sixth birthday were Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan, Mr and Mrs Don Uthof and family Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof, Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Mr and Mrs Glenn.Flint and Robin Ann. Mr and Mrs Heriry/Schulte and r and Mrs Chris Templin of Hutchinson, Minn., spent several days at Big Horn Mountain, at Buffalo, Wyo. where they enjoyed deer •Hinting. They also enjoyed a sight seeing tour of the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul were Friday evening supper guests 'n the Merle Voigt home. The courtesy was in honor of Gerhart's birthday anniversary. Mrs Edith Beavers of Schonnia, Wyo. and M:j; Virginia Calvon and daughter Jeanelle of Rochester, Minn., were last weekend guests of Mrs Thelma Anderson and Sharon. Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mrs Dick Underwood at Algona were Mrs H. L. Norheim and Danny of Cylinder, Mrs N. Heggen, Mrs Morris MitcheH and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Both Mrs Underwood and Mrs Norheim were observing their birthdays. Mr and Mrs Fred Brown attended the wedding of a relative at Mason City Sunday and also visited in the Al Hewitt CRIBBING SLAT CRIBBING 50 Yd. Rolls $9iOQ KEYSTONE CRIBBING 50 Yd. Rolls - $8i50 WELDED WIRE CRIBBING 100 Yd. Rolls $|(|iOO TIME PURCHASE PLAN B IIOIHPSON YARDS BUILDING MATESUIS 1 PUNS Frank Behne, Mgr. Phone 8 Fenton, Iowa BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS hoirte. Mt and Mrs Robert Chestnut- wood of Wintetset'wefe guests in the -parental Don Welsbrfod home Saturday night to Monday evening; -Mrs Velrna Rave of- Orange City was also a guest; Sunday to Monday. Sunday afternoon, .Mrs Rave and Mrs Weisbrod attended the wedding of friend'of Mrs; Rave at Gey Ion, Minn. ;; ' ' Mrs Walter Jenlz, Earl and Delon spent Thursday. at Story City visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and David spent last Sunday with Mrs Rose Gochehcfur at Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gochenour, of Gilmore ,City. In the afternoon, Mesdames Gerald, Lloyd and Rose Gochenour attended-the 50th weddng anniversary of Mr and Mrs Walter Frank of Pioneer, la. Mt and, Mrs Jos Wander and children Linda and Keith of 'Cler- rnoht and Lydia and Fred Mdfti6 oflElgin were Friday aftd'Sat" Urday visitors, in the Phil Wander ihotne. Other tecent visitors have been the Jake Wanders" of Elgin. 4 ', M* arid Mrs Albert Milchell Mr and Mf g Dick Unde'r'wood and Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen Went to Minneapolis Sunday to .visit MrS Lewis Davidson and ,'son, Paul. Mrs Davidson and Paul are irfthe States for' about six • weeks and will then return to "Japan Where Rev. Davidson is a missionary pastor in Shimada City,/ Japan. The Methodist Church S'cho&l Worker's Conference met Monday evening of lasVweek irt'the Ed' Schlei- home, with fourteen fflehi- bers present. Mrs John Mltnch Was in charge of the devotional period and Rev • C. C. Callahan conducted the lesson.., . , Mrs Gerhart Hanlelman was host ess s to the- Hook and 'Eye Sewing Club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Freda Sei'ms, Mrs Roelf Miller, Mrs William Hantelman and Mrs Clara Seely Was guests. Sunday dinner and supper guests In the L, jC Weisorod horns Meyers, last week were Mf and Mts Cave those ••'•"V VISION imttMlflD n lolling «•*' ;••*""" HfAT.HOUSfR IfAOS tHI HtlD. N«. k*» w,, m ,f,ilt yen wrk WITH VISION UNLIMITED. No . koltt to drill, tdii l/ »«of «nlr«l, cm Ik . -PROTICT YOU AND YOU*TRACTOR WITH THt 6INUINI / HlAT-HOUJttl WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenfon, Iowa Household Goods C- As I am moving to Arizona/ I will.sell at,PufaHe AuctiolB? $<>•,'fo1hfv?ihb items on - - ; Sat.. Nov. 6 ' Starting at .10 fc. f Jh. 'alt mf t ?lace lotaied just norhi ' oi Fenion on- hfgWay: 5 ^,' 1 first 'place n6rih of Ci & NW tracks: .',,••.'' ~ ' • ' .. j*».. } tv Gas Range ': 2 Double Be'ds- ^ > Bunk Beds • " ' Kitchen Tpb|e. Chairs k ' Living Room Suite, |' " Occasional Chairs , 2 Cupboards • , > , Table Power Saw. 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